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You would think that having the President of the United States, the First Lady and 250 guests over for dinner would make any chef really nervous. Well, not if you’re White Street N.Y.C.’s executive chef Floyd Cardoz.
At Franklin BBQ in Austin, where the hours of operation are quaintly listed as “11 a.m. — sold out,” the hankering and the hungry wait in line for hours for the famous brisket, pulled pork and ribs.
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What makes White House pastry chef Bill Yosses‘ pie crusts so addictive that President Obama, who calls Yosses the “Crustmaster,” joked Monday they must be spiked with crack cocaine? Turns out, it’s a lot of butter. And lard. And cream.
Snarling traffic and sending smartphone-wielding passerby into a collective tizzy, president Barack Obama and vice-president Joe Biden held a lunch meeting on Friday at the Shake Shack in Washington, D.C.’s Dupont Circle — and hopped the counter for a photo opp.
One of the perks of being the President of the United States: You don’t need a reservation to get into a hot Tokyo restaurant where the waiting list is two months.